GEISMAR, La. — Chemical company BASF has awarded $10,000 in scholarships to four Louisiana State University (LSU) students as part of the BASF Team Chemistry Scholarship Fund.
The winning students — George Tyler Barney, a junior studying electrical engineering; Jade Elizabeth Bates, a chemical engineering sophomore; Anne K. Collins, a mechanical engineering sophomore; and Virginia Francis Steward, a mechanical engineering junior — each received a $2,500 scholarship from BASF.
"Corporate partners such as BASF are an integral component to the growth of the College of Engineering in graduating engineers who are prepared to be immediately successful in their career," said Ryan W. Cooney, director, Corporate Relations and Economic Development, LSU College of Engineering. "Through BASF''s support of the Team Chemistry Scholarship Fund, four College of Engineering students will receive assistance to succeed both in the classroom and the workplace."